Join Michigan Tech Art tonight (Dec. 2) in the Rozsa Art Galleries from 5-7 p.m. for a student artist reception for “Thick as Thieves.” This end-of-semester showcase features works of art by students in sculpture and design classes. The showcase features the artwork of students from diverse majors including mechanical engineering, applied ecology, biomedical engineering, theatre entertainment and technology, cybersecurity and physics!
Featured artists include:
Gibryn Arney | Lily Atton-Doornbos | Mykaela Cayemberg | Jack Colwell | Nikki Donley | Tara Estrada | Ferran Delgado Garcia | Faith D. Gaertner | Abby Jurewicz | Cas Mankowski | John Mazur | Riley Nelson | Seth M. Olson | Audrey Schulte | Casey Smith | Josie M. Stalmack | Madalyn R. Tudor-Duncan | Frida A. Visser
The event is coordinated by Rozsa Art Gallery Director Terry Frew and Associate Chair of the Department of Visual and Performing Arts Lisa Gordillo.
What to Expect:
Enjoy refreshments. Meet the student artists in a relaxed environment. See fantastic, student-made art.
Who: The studio talk is free and open to the public, faculty, staff and students.
When: Friday, Dec. 2, from 5-7 p.m.
Where: Rozsa Art Galleries (located on the lower level of the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts)
Can’t make it tonight? Come see the exhibit today (Dec. 2) through Tuesday (Dec. 6) in the Rozsa Art Galleries.
The Michigan Tech Concert Choir will be holding auditions for community singers interested in participating in the choir this year. Formed in 1980, the Concert Choir performs regularly on and off-campus, including two regular concerts each semester, international tours every four years, and collaborations with the Keweenaw Symphony Orchestra and the Superior Wind Symphony. In Fall 2019 the Concert Choir will be performing Mozart’s Requiem on December 14. An audition signup is available online.
The audition will consist of vocal exercises to determine comfortable voice range and musical ability. Singers should prepare a short solo (any style) that highlights their voice. For more information please contact Jared Anderson.